Stamped! Five Grammy Performances We'll Never Forget

Stamped! Five GRAMMY Performances We’ll Never Forget


Stamped! Five GRAMMY Performances We'll Never Forget

Roomies, the 66th Grammy Annual Grammy Awards is set to stream live tomorrow, Sunday, February 4, at 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST.

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Here’s What We Know About This Year’s Grammy Ceremony

According to the show’s official website, this year’s ceremony will feature three new categories. They will include Best African Music Performance, Best Alternative Jazz Album, and Best Pop Dance Recording.

These updates are “part of a larger set of updates and amendments,” which will reportedly be seen during tomorrow’s ceremony. The website adds that updates are intended to make the GRAMMY Awards process “more fair, transparent and accurate.”

As for the nominations, fans can expect to hear Doja Cat, Chris Brown, SZA, and Victoria Monet as some of the frequent mentions. Ice Spice, Coco Jones, and Victoria Monet are also three of the eight artists battling for Best New Artist.

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As for the artists you can expect to see hitting the stage, Travis Scott, Burna Boy, and Billie Eilish are just some of the few.

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But roomies, as we wait to see how this year’s Grammy awards come thru, let’s take a walk down memory lane by looking at past performances we’ll never forget.

Michael Jackson, ‘The Way You Make Me Feel/Man In The Mirror’ (1988)

(Photo by Larry Busacca/WireImage)

When Michael Jackson hit the Radio City Music Hall for the 1988 Grammy Award ceremony, it’s safe to say he left his audience mesmerized. The singer’s performance began with a jazzy rendition of his 1987 single, ‘The Way You Make Me Feel.’ Before it kicked into high gear with, Jackson showing off his incredible foot motion and iconic moonwalk.

In addition, the King of Pop continued to leave fans in awe by performing his ‘Man In The Mirror’ single. Jackson ultimately closed his almost 11-minute performance with a choir of background singers, which left the room erupting in applause.


Whitney Houston, 'I Will Always Love You' (1994)

Whitney Houston waves to the crowd at the 36th Annual Grammy Awards in New York 01 March 1994 after she was honored for Record of the Year, “I’ll Always Love You,” and Album of the Year, the soundtrack from the film “The Bodyguard.” At the rear is her producer, David Foster, who shared the honors with her. (Photo by POOL / AFP) (Photo by POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

According to USA Today, Whitney Houston opened the 36th Annual Grammy Awards with a performance of her 1992 single, ‘I Will Always Love You.’ Later that evening, Houston and the single would take home an award for Record Of The Year.


Adele, 'Rolling In The Deep' (2012)

LOS ANGELES, CA – FEBRUARY 12: Adele performs onstage at The 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 12, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by John Shearer/WireImage)

According to Britannica, Adele’s debut album was released in 2008 — four years before she took the stage at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards and left the crowd in awe. Rolling Stone reports that the award ceremony occurred the day after Whitney Houston passed away. Adele’s performance of her 2011 single ‘Rolling In The Deep’ reportedly prompted a wave of emotions from all viewers, marking the event as a “true coronation moment.”

Like Houston’s 1994 Grammy appearance, Adele also took home Record Of The Year with ‘Rolling In The Deep.’


Beyoncé, 'Love Drought/ Sandcastles' (2017)

The 59th Annual Grammy Awards
LOS ANGELES – FEBRUARY 12: Beyonce performs during THE 59TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS, broadcast live from the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, Sunday, Feb. 12 (8:00-11:30 PM, live ET/5:00-8:30 PM, live PT; 6:00-9:30 PM, live MT) on the CBS Television Network. (Photo by Monty Brinton/CBS via Getty Images)

Beyoncé has countless memorable Grammy performances, from singing alongside the late Prince to tearing down the stage with her husband, Jay-Z. However, among the top of her outstanding Grammy performances is when she performed a medley from her 2016 album, ‘LEMONADE,’ while pregnant with her twins Rumi and Sir.


Alicia Keys, 'Songs I Wish I Wrote' (2019)

The 61st Annual Grammy Awards
LOS ANGELES – FEBRUARY 10: Alicia Keys performs at THE 61ST ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS, broadcast live from the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, Sunday, Feb. 10 (8:00-11:30 PM, live ET/5:00-8:30 PM, live PT) on the CBS Television Network. (Photo by Monty Brinton/CBS via Getty Images)

Instead of using the Grammy stage to highlight the hits of her own career, Alicia Keys opted for something different when she performed at the 61st Grammys. The R&B songstress and pianist paid tribute to fellow artists such as Lauryn Hill, Nat King Cole, Coldplay, and Ella Mai.


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